Bucky Katt: I wish manufacturers would list the amount of caffiene in stuff. That way I could regularize my intake.
MaudlinMutantMollusk: Bucky Katt: I wish manufacturers would list the amount of caffiene in stuff. That way I could regularize my intake.Are you suggesting manufacturers should be required to, for example, list the ingredients and nutritional content of their product on the label?/what are you? some kind of commie liberal heartbleeder?//and do you think anyone would actually read that sh*t?
Chagrin: It's addictive, that's why they put it in there. It's well past time that the FDA acted on the inclusion of caffeine in beverages/supplements.
Meatybrain: Chagrin: It's addictive, that's why they put it in there. It's well past time that the FDA acted on the inclusion of caffeine in beverages/supplements.CAFFEINE IS NOTADDICTIVE LIES LIES LIES ALL LIES THE FDA WANTS TO CONTROL YOUR GONADS WITH RADIO FLYERS AND THATS WHY THEY TELL YOU FALSE FLAG DISINFO ABOUT THE EEFECTS OF CAFFEIENE IT HAS NEVER COSED ANY PROBLEMS FOR ME AND I DRINK IT ALLDAY LOONG ITS AMAZING WHAT YOUCANDOWHENYOUSTOPWASTINGTIME SSLEEPINGANDshiatLIKETHATIVE BEENAWAKEFORFIFTYSEVENMONTHSAN DICANQUITANYTIME IQUITABOUTFOURTEENTIMESYESTERDAYAFTEREVERYCUPYOUAREFULLOFITMYKIDNEYSHU RT
Uisce Beatha: 4. Chocolate: "Eat a whole cup of semisweet chocolate chips, and you'll get a caffeine dose equivalent to that of a cup of coffee (104 mg) " - Who the FARK eats a whole cup of chocolate chips in one sitting?
Kibbler: I have in my pocket a list of over 100 sources of caffeine in the State Department.
Vaneshi: Decaf coffee is coffee that has been through a decaffeination process. It still has some caffeine in it, just a heavily reduced amount compared to normal coffee.I was under the impression that tea has more caffeine in it than coffee but it also contains another chemical that reduces absorption when drunk (tannine?).So where's the surprise?
AJTressler: I may be the only one who was surprised, but only because I read that as "full of cat."
Cybernetic: I'm pretty sure that those are not coffee, chocolate, or tea, so I'm just wondering if they're supposed to be supplements or medications.
wildcardjack: Eat a whole cup of semisweet chocolate chipsand you're a farking hippopotamus.I suspect that the coffee they serve at Sonic is all decaf, since I consistently fell back asleep after drinking it.
Cybernetic: Five hidden sources of caffeine:SupplementsMedicationsDecaf coffeeChocolateTeaWhich totally explains THIS picture accompanying TFA:[i.livescience.com image 600x350]I'm pretty sure that those are not coffee, chocolate, or tea, so I'm just wondering if they're supposed to be supplements or medications.
The statement came on the heels of Wrigley's launch of a new caffeinated gum. The product, called Alert Energy Caffeine Gum, is marketed to adults and contains 40 milligrams of caffeine, the company says.
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